Question about Tiger JNP-1803 10-Cup Rice Cooker
I have opened the bottom cover of Tiger JNP-1803 rice cooker and find out
that inside thermostat switch has open circuit. I don't know how to take that switch out and replace it, because it hid on the side of the cooker.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my rice cooker tiger jnp-1803
Most of the time small appliances have fusible thermistors in them. If you feel comfortable taking the unit apart. Make sure the power is off. there should be a fuse link in line with the power cord probably covered with insulation. If you have a ohm meter then check to see if this is open.These are fairly inexpensive most are silver in color and one end is pointed shape.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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